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Since I read a few articles on web about free will, I got really curious about work done on "whether the question whether we have a free will or not?" I also understand proving any of them will be really really hard.

Can you please recommend books which tackle this question in detail: "Do we have a free will? why or why not."

Thank you very much!

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  • If you haven't already checked it out, the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (online) presents a range of views in relatively concise, accessible language. The relevant searches for you would include 'Free will', 'Causal determinism', 'Compatibilism', & 'Arguments for Incompatibilism'. Start with 'Free will', which introduces the other concepts. Commented Mar 30, 2022 at 12:59
  • @Futilitarian Thanks , I will. Actually, I am a bit busy now a days and will check as soon as I can.
    – Ben
    Commented Mar 30, 2022 at 13:04

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